Tayler Hackett

Tayler Hackett

BSc, PGCert

Tayler has been studying, researching and working in psychology and mental health for over ten years. Her most recent qualifications include Psychology BSc (Hons), PGCert in Counselling Skills (COSRT) and is currently training to become a licensed psychotherapist in the UK. She has worked in settings including assisted living, schools, healthcare clinics & government organisations. She has worked with many mental health issues, including mood, anxiety and personality disorders, eating disorders, learning difficulties and developmental disorders, schizophrenia and psychosis.

Articles worked on by Tayler Hackett

Medically Reviewed
  • 19th Jan 2023
  • Est. 9 minutes read

Previously, schizophrenia was categorized into five subtypes: paranoid, catatonic, disorganized, residual, and undifferentiated [1]. In the most recent publication of...

Medically Reviewed
  • 13th Jan 2023
  • Est. 5 minutes read

Histrionic personality disorder and narcissistic personality disorder are both ‘cluster B’ types of personality disorder, which are characterized by dramatic,...

Medically Reviewed
  • 13th Jan 2023
  • Est. 4 minutes read

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is a mental health condition characterized by excessive worry that is present for most of the time for...

  • Written by Danielle J Harrison
  • Clinically Reviewed by Tayler Hackett
Medically Reviewed
  • 13th Jan 2023
  • Est. 2 minutes read

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is a mental health condition characterized by excessive worry that is present more days than not...

  • Written by Danielle J Harrison
  • Clinically Reviewed by Tayler Hackett
Medically Reviewed
  • 13th Jan 2023
  • Est. 3 minutes read

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a psychological condition marked by impulsive behavior, mood swings, and emotional instability. The overall prevalence...

  • Written by Danielle J Harrison
  • Clinically Reviewed by Tayler Hackett
Medically Reviewed
  • 12th Jan 2023
  • Est. 9 minutes read

There are no medications specifically approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat borderline personality disorder (BPD)....

Medically Reviewed
  • 12th Jan 2023
  • Est. 10 minutes read

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are commonly caused by trauma. PTSD and BPD also share various...

  • 10th Jan 2023
  • Est. 3 minutes read

Agoraphobia is an anxiety disorder often triggered by an intense fear of open spaces, crowds, or enclosed spaces. People with...

  • Written by Miriam Calleja
Medically Reviewed
  • 22nd Dec 2022
  • Est. 3 minutes read

Agoraphobia is an anxiety disorder that can cause sufferers to feel extreme fear and panic in situations where escape might...

Medically Reviewed
  • 22nd Dec 2022
  • Est. 2 minutes read

Agoraphobia is a type of anxiety disorder that presents through extreme fear of situations where escape might be impeded or...

Medically Reviewed
  • 22nd Dec 2022
  • Est. 11 minutes read

Psychodynamic therapy is a type of talking therapy for anyone who is struggling with a mental health condition, their general...

Medically Reviewed
  • 21st Dec 2022
  • Est. 6 minutes read

Dissociative disorders are a group of mental illnesses characterized by disconnections between thoughts, feelings, memories, identity, the body, and the...

Medically Reviewed
  • 21st Dec 2022
  • Est. 7 minutes read

Anxiety disorders are a group of mental illnesses characterized by intense anxiety and fear. They include generalized anxiety disorder, phobias,...

Medically Reviewed
  • 19th Dec 2022
  • Est. 5 minutes read

Atypical depression is a subtype of depression characterized by persistent low mood and a loss of interest in things that...

Medically Reviewed
  • 16th Dec 2022
  • Est. 10 minutes read

Humanistic therapy is a type of talking therapy in which a person works with their therapist to examine the way...

Medically Reviewed
  • 16th Dec 2022
  • Est. 11 minutes read

Integrative therapy, counseling, or psychotherapy, is a talking therapy that incorporates a range of different therapeutic approaches to treat various...

  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 7 minutes read

Lamotrigine is an anticonvulsant medication used to treat epilepsy and bipolar disorder. Common side effects include minor skin rashes, headaches,...

  • Written by Ethan Cullen
  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 7 minutes read

Valproic acid (VPA) is an anticonvulsant drug used to treat bipolar disorder, epilepsy, and migraines [1]. It comes in the...

  • Written by Ethan Cullen
Medically Reviewed
  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 10 minutes read

Fluvoxamine, also known as Luvox, is an antidepressant medication primarily used to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). [1] Fluvoxamine is a...

Medically Reviewed
  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 8 minutes read

Olanzapine is a second-generation antipsychotic medication commonly used to treat schizophrenia, psychosis, and bipolar disorder.

Medically Reviewed
  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 8 minutes read

Escitalopram, commonly sold under the brand name Lexapro, is used to treat major depressive disorder and anxiety disorders in adults...

Medically Reviewed
  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 9 minutes read

Schizotypal personality disorder is a mental health disorder marked by pervasive patterns of perceptual disturbance and eccentric behavior. Psychotherapy, including...

Medically Reviewed
  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 8 minutes read

Lorazepam is a benzodiazepine that is primarily used to treat anxiety disorders and recurrent or enduring epileptic seizures. It is...

Medically Reviewed
  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 6 minutes read

Fluphenazine Decanoate is a typical, first-generation antipsychotic drug, of the phenothiazine class, used to treat schizophrenia. You should always consult...

  • Written by Danielle J Harrison
  • Clinically Reviewed by Tayler Hackett
Medically Reviewed
  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 8 minutes read

Flupenthixol, commonly known as Depixol and Fluanxol, is a typical, first-generation antipsychotic medication of the thioxanthene class, that is primarily...

  • Written by Danielle J Harrison
  • Clinically Reviewed by Tayler Hackett
Medically Reviewed
  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 11 minutes read

Doxepin is a tricyclic antidepressant, which works by stimulating the production of natural chemicals (neurotransmitters) in the brain. Doxepin is...

Medically Reviewed
  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 7 minutes read

Loxapine is a first-generation antipsychotic medication typically used for the treatment of schizophrenia. It is important to use this medication...

Medically Reviewed
  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 8 minutes read

Amitriptyline is a prescription medicine used to treat symptoms of low mood and depression. It is classified as a tricyclic...

Medically Reviewed
  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 7 minutes read

Alprazolam, known by its brand name Xanax, is a prescription drug that belongs to the benzodiazepine class of drugs. It...

Medically Reviewed
  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 12 minutes read

Inhalant abuse occurs when someone intentionally inhales volatile substances such as solvents, aerosols, gases, and nitrites through the nose or...

Medically Reviewed
  • 21st Nov 2022
  • Est. 6 minutes read

There are many types of amphetamine, including both prescription and recreational drugs, but all have the potential for abuse. If...

Medically Reviewed
  • 8th Nov 2022
  • Est. 9 minutes read

Anorexia nervosa, often referred to as anorexia for short, is an eating disorder whereby food restriction and compulsive exercise are...

Medically Reviewed
  • 3rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 9 minutes read

Diazepam, commonly sold under the brand name Valium, is a drug belonging to the family of medicines called benzodiazepines. It...